Thursday, 20 July 2017

What are some achievements by Euro-Asia Management Group?

Euro-Asia Management Group is a global leader in tourism, hospitality, and leisure management. The company was founded by a visionary leader and professional, Louis Gerard Saliot. He has worked for 30 years in international trade and business development before opening Euro-Asia Management group. He provided consultancy to various government ministries and international agencies with the help of the staff working for his company.

During 1995-98, Gerard Saliot was the prime initiator and project director of the National Tourism Master Plan for Indonesia. He worked on numerous tourism related projects in Indonesia. He also promoted the development of a resort project in Fiji.

Special achievements by the company

Euro-Asia Management Group initiated many projects in different nations and tasted success under the leadership of Gerard Saliot. A team of professionals worked for the company on those projects. Saliot hired architects, planners, designers, legal, and financial experts for easy development and procurement of the projects. He hired project managers with 20 years of experience in resorts and hotels development In the Asian and European region.

The Euro-Asia Management Group managed a major master plan made for tourism development in Indonesia. The plan was made for the Indonesian government, and it was financed by a grant from the French government. The company thoroughly comprehended the plan, and the development started in the prime locations of the country. Resources were focused on the right places, and soon they turned barrens lands into beautiful tourist hubs.

Fiji is famous for beautiful beaches and breathtaking experiences in the world. Euro-Asia Group set their eyes on this beautiful island nation and initiated the process for development of Natadola Marine Resort. The resort comprises InterContinental Hotel, an 18-hole golf course, villas, bungalows, etc. Vijay Singh helped in designing the beautiful golf course.

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Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Who helped in developing the tourism sector of Fiji?

Fiji is an amazing island nation loaded with sunny beaches and world-class tourist hubs. It is situated in South Pacific Ocean and one of the most developed nations in that region. The tourism sector is the main contributor to the economy of Fiji. Numerous Fijian people are dependent on the tourism sector for a living. There was a time when this sector was declining due to poor infrastructure and lack of tourist hubs. At that time, Louis Gerard Saliot took responsibility in developing Fiji and bring more tourists in this beautiful island nation.

The man who changed the face of Fijian tourism industry

Louis Gerard Saliot is respected by the masses of Fiji due to his sheer commitment and strenuous hard work in developing world-class tourist hubs. He is the CEO of Euro-Asia Management Group which undertakes construction projects by taking permission from the governments of various countries. He helped in developing tourism and hospitality sector of scenic countries lagging in attracting tourist due to inefficient infrastructure. Gerard Saliot has years of experience in project and infrastructure management and he used his experience in making iconic hubs in Fiji.

The best work he has done so far is the Natadola Marine project. Natadola’s lush beauty and a variety of recreational activities attracts tourist from all around the world. Tourists can dive in the coral reefs to see the beautiful underwater world or do many activities like snorkelling, fishing, surfing, island hopping etc. Golf is a major sport in Fiji and Natadola Golf course is famous for organising international tournaments. Natadola Golf course is made in typical South Pacific landscape which attracts famous golfers from all around the world. Tourists flock to Fiji to witness epic matches hosted by this golf course.

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